Ariana Grande's Eternal sun is set to be released on March 8, but those looking forward to hearing new songs from the set before then will have to wait. Great announced on it Instagram Story that she will no longer share new singles before its release.
“I wanted to say…as hard as it is to resist the urge to share another song or single with you all ASAP, I really wish you could experience the album in its entirety this this time.”
Grande announced her seventh studio album last month, days after the release of her first (and now only) single, “Yes, And?”, which hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100. Although it's the only advanced song she shared on the upcoming LP, Grande revealed the names of two more tracks: “Intro (End of the World),” which opens the set, and the title track Track Five.
Further explaining her decision to remove singles from the preliminary album, Grande noted that fans will still have a lot to look forward to in the coming month: “There will of course be more singles from this project once it is released. out (and we might have a little surprise or two from our covers to hold you over while you wait, don't worry). But waiting a little longer so you can listen fully first is really my ideal way for you all to experience this body of work. Thank you for your trust in my vision and my project!
She added: “I can't wait to savor every second of this new era with you and I honestly can't wait for it to be yours! »
In a clip she recently shared in which she described the project to her Republic Records team last year, Grande called it a “concept album.”
“Things happen one after the other and happen very quickly, as is often the case. You know how I am and you know how these things go,” she said in the clip. “We’re going to do some proper singing and orchestrations in November. I am stressed! I wanted to share with you that this is somewhat of a concept album because they are all different pieces of the same story, of the same experience.
As she prepares for the release, she also celebrates 14 songs reaching 1 billion streams on Spotify, more than any other female artist. “It’s a really absurd number. I can’t understand that number,” she said in a clip promoting her appearance in an episode of the platform. Billion Club.